Green Screen Photography
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This course will show you how you can use a simple green screen set up to increase your creativity - and profits - as a photographer. Yes, green screen is not only for video, and with gear from Westcott and PhotoKey software there's a world of photographic opportunities. This course shows everything from set up to 5 different projects that show just some of the amazing possibilities.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
|An introduction to this green screen photography course|
|Some reasons to consider using a green screen in your photography|
|A quick look at some of the options for your green screen|
|Options for lighting your green screen|
|Tips for setting up your green screen and lights|
|Section 2: FXHome PhotoKey Software|
|A quick overview of the PhotoKey software|
|Comparing the differences between the Basic and Pro versions of PhotoKey|
|How to tweak the results of the automatic extraction|
|Using masks to either add to to take away from the extraction|
|Using layers and overlays to add to your design|
|See how to adjust images and apply effects|
|See how to use the Hot Folder to automatically extract images as you shoot them|
|How to Export and Print|
|Section 3: Project 1: Superhero|
|Setting up and shooting our Superhero.|
|Putting our superhero on a new background|
|Section 4: Project 2: Senior|
|Setting up and shooting two different looks for a Senior.|
|Taking the two photo sets we shot onto two different backgrounds|
|Section 5: Project 3: Wedding Photo Booth|
|See the entire process from setup to shooting to automatic placement onto a new background and printing.|
|Section 6: Project 4: Comic Book Shoot|
|Setting up and shooting our subject - twice, in two different outfits|
|Combining the two comic book characters|
|Section 7: Project 5: Sports Portraits|
|Setting up and shooting a youth football player|
|Creating a customized trader card from a green screen photo|
|Section 8: Wrap up|
|Wrapping up - where to find more info|
For 25 years Dave Cross has been helping photographers and creatives get the most out of their Adobe software. Dave has a Bachelor of Education, is an Adobe Certified Instructor and a Certified Technical Trainer. Dave has taught at Photoshop World (25 times), the Texas School of Photography, the Santa Fe Workshops, and has traveled across the country teaching for Kelby Training. He runs the Dave Cross Workshops in his own studio/workshop space in Tampa, FL. Dave is well-known for his engaging style, his humor and his ability to make complex topics easy to understand. In 2009 Dave was inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame.
From Dave: Take advantage of my experience of teaching thousands of Photoshop users like you how to be more efficient and creative.